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Hangzhou 2022

Shooting
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Shooting

Shooting

Shooting is the act or process of firing rifles, shotguns or other projectile weapons such as bows or crossbows.

Marksmanship has inspired competition by hitting targets and testing accuracy. International shooting events then evolved and many variations of the sport emerged.

Shooting was first incorporated into the Asian Games in 1954.

List of disciplines

  • Shooting

Shooting as a sport developed as a hunting sport and the earliest shooting clubs recorded in central Europe in the 15th century. The rules and competition structure of modern shooting were developed in Europe and the USA, spreading worldwide in the late 19th century.

Today, top ‘marksmen’ and women come from a wide range of countries - every continent is represented at the Olympic Games.

List of events

  • men

    1. TEAM 50M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS

    2. TEAM 10M RUNNING TARGET

    3. TEAM 10M RUNNING TARGET MIXED

    4. 10M AIR PISTOL

    5. 25M RAPID FIRE PISTOL

    6. 10M AIR RIFLE

    7. 50M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS

    8. TEAM TRAP

    9. TEAM SKEET

    10. INDIVIDUAL TRAP

    11. INDIVIDUAL SKEET

    12. TEAM 10M AIR PISTOL

    13. 10M RUNNING TARGET INDIVIDUAL

    14. 10M RUNNING TARGET MIXED INDIVIDUAL

    15. TEAM 25M RAPID FIRE PISTOL

    16. TEAM 10M AIR RIFLE

  • women

    1. 10M RUNNING TARGET INDIVIDUAL

    2. TEAM 10M AIR PISTOL

    3. TEAM 25M PISTOL

    4. TEAM 10M AIR RIFLE

    5. TEAM 50M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS

    6. TEAM 10M RUNNING TARGET

    7. 10M AIR PISTOL

    8. 25M PISTOL

    9. 10M AIR RIFLE

    10. 50M RIFLE 3 POSITIONS

    11. TEAM TRAP

    12. TEAM SKEET

    13. INDIVIDUAL TRAP

    14. INDIVIDUAL SKEET

  • mixed

    1. TRAP MIXED

    2. 10M AIR RIFLE MIXED

    3. 10M AIR PISTOL MIXED

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